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DNA evidence suggests this farming behavior could go back as far as 3 million years.
A California bank carried out more than 36,000 foreclosures during Steven Mnuchin’s reign.
Her backers say the Seattle Democrat is arriving just in time, bringing with her a long history of fighting deportations and hate crimes in Washington state.
Women are concerned about a possible repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
VP-elect Mike Pence attended the musical in Manhattan on Friday night.
Sessions declared at an April Senate hearing that “good people don’t smoke marijuana.”
Sessions, 69, is considered one of the most conservative Republicans in the Senate.
The decision is a turnaround for Trump, who had vowed to fight the claims to the end.
The companies faced a backlash for allowing the spread of phony news articles during the presidential campaign season.
Megyn Kelly thinks Roger Ailes would still be running Fox News if he had not been sued for sexual harassment
Kelly was a correspondent at the Fox News Washington bureau in 2006 when, she alleges, Ailes attempted to initiate a sexual relationship with her.
WSU Provost Dan Bernardo surveyed academic deans and concluded the campus was “operating as usual last week” despite the election.
Twitter has been under more pressure to do more about online abuse.
Hillary Clinton, 69, who has made two failed bids at the presidency, is unlikely to be on the front lines of politics again.
The polls say Clinton leads nationally. But they remain close, some within the margin of error.
In 2005, 2.5 million children were living with grandparents who were responsible for their care. By 2015, that number had risen to 2.9 million.
Clinton related a now familiar script of how Trump has called women “disgusting” and rate their bodies.
To change the calculus, the FBI would have to find correspondence that clearly demonstrates Clinton or her aides knowingly broke the law.
As he tries to chart a path to 270 electoral votes, the GOP nominee’s schedule is marked with long-shot bids and last-ditch hopes.
Just exactly how Trump would follow through on the rare legislative procedure remained hazy.
Support for Trump among critical groups of voters, including men and the less educated, has weakened.